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1949 Allis Chalmers G

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Well I’m a Allis man at heart and it’s showing. I figured I would show my new project off since I’ve showed everything else. This is my 1949 G that I just bought couple weeks ago. Had to rebuild carb and changed the oil. Luckily I haven’t had to do anything else. Got a couple more projects to finish before I can start the repaint process but hopefully that will be soon 

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Came with a front weight, man you have all the luck! Pretty good looking little tractor, they sure have a cult following.

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I like the AC G's. There are a LOT of these things in my neck of the woods. They use/used them on the muck farms where flotation is an issue. I always thought they were cool because they were so unique.

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Neat machines. A design that is still in use in commercial production.

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Never liked them ,radiator right Under t he seat , Burn ya . give me a cultivson 

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Well here’s a update on the G. Me and BrodyNC has busted tail on this thing and got it cleaned up and primed in two days. Hopefully soon there will be some orange. 

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Today me and Brody put the first coat of orange on the G . All we like is putting another coat on it and painting the black and silver and putting decals on. 

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That is an unusual design can't say I've ever seen one

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Today me and Brody put some more orange on. Painted the silver rims and painted the black. Hopefully next week my decals will be here and she will be complete. Should be getting front tires tomorrow. 

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Yesterday was the official day of the tractor being done. Me and Brody put the decals on and mounted the front tires. Wonder what will be next

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2 hours ago, Tj01 said:

Yesterday was the official day of the tractor being done. Me and Brody put the decals on and mounted the front tires. Wonder what will be next

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Obviously a WD 45 is next!

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1 hour ago, DT Fan said:

Obviously a WD 45 is next!

Diesel!

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...we used to have  the ubiquitous   Allis G..in our tobacco days........this one, pictured on the "transporter" ready to go to another block......has Ferguson rims etc on the Allis center  rear  wheels ....and in all the years it was used......never broke a rear axle.....amazing actually

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I was thinking either wd45 diesel or a unstyled wc or a d series 

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Tj, a 45 diesel would make a cool project just be warned the engines have some unique, (expensive) challenges.

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Nice looking group of tractors. Always thought the g was kinda cute. Not sure how useful 1 would be for me tho. Think i read some used to put loaders on them and use em to clean out poultry buildings? Kinda the 50s version of a skid loader maybe.

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